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Keynote Speaker Sybil Stewart

Sybil Stewart

You don't have to lose yourself to create a legacy...

It's time to redefine professional.

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"Sybil uses a mix of storytelling and evidence based research to give you actionable tools to impact your self-leadership goals or organization! She's awesome."                       

-ALI Conference


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We live in a world that often demands our all, where the noise of expectations and obligations can drown out the whispers of our desires and needs.


When we are backed into a corner we realize we must gather our strength, reflect on our journey, and embrace the power of our voice.

But! Here's the thing.

For many of us, we don't know what we sound like. We conform and adapt to what "normal" living is.

Letting others define our work and our worth. Hopeful that one day "they" will see...

What I learned is that:

  • Setting boundaries is an act of self-preservation. A testament to your self-worth. It is not selfish.

  • Caring for your mental well-being is restorative, as your mind is your most precious asset. Nurture it.

  • Not everything needs to be perfect – aiming for progress over perfection is a mark of wisdom. It's okay to seek equilibrium every day.

  • Advocating for yourself is appropriate – in life, work, and when you know you've done enough.


The notion that we must sacrifice ourselves to build a legacy is a narrative I no longer embrace.


Navigating the road to greatness also means protecting mental well-being, setting boundaries, honoring family obligations, and excelling in the workplace.  

You carry the legacies of those who came before you, and at times, the weight of inspiring future generations can feel heavy. But this journey need not be done alone. You deserve support just as much as you offer it. Honoring yourself along the way is not a deviation from building a legacy; it is an essential part.

You get to be excellent, strong, courageous, and bold. 


Let your legacy not only be one of breaking glass ceilings but also one of balance, self-care, and pursuing your dreams.

You got this! 

Sybil Stewart | Keynote Speaker | Futurist

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